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Open studio

Our studio open for public this weekend.

Saturday, April 29, 14:00 – 20:00

At this occasion you can visit also another studios around Bratislava (check map below).

P.F. 2017

Open Studio / Studio Sale

Štvrtok 15.12. od 16:00 – 19:30
Piatok 16.12. od 16:00 – 20:00
Sobota 17.12. od 16:00 – 20:00

Prídite sa pozrieť, ako sme sa zabývali v novej lokalite! Pozývame všetkých navštíviť náš ateliér, s možnosťou nákupu keramiky a porcelánu priamo v našom showroome.

Nájdete nás na Šoltésovej ulici – vstup do ateliéru je priamo z ulice.- vlastná bránička medzi vchodmi 11 a 13. Šoltésovej ulica spája Záhradnícku a Karadžičovu ulicu. Parkovať je možné po 17:00hod pri neďalekom CBC biznis centre. MHD – zastávka na znamenie Šoltésovej (trolejbus 210 a autobus 78), alebo zastávka na Záhradníckej ulici – Karadžičova (trolejbus 207, 218).

More is More exhibition


photo Aleksandra Stencel

Save the date fro si.li. in Brussels!

Slovak Pop-Up Design Market is here to offer you the works of young Slovak designers. Clothes for women, men and children, delicate jewellery and unique interior design products as well as natural cosmetics will be presented. Our talented designers got their inspiration from Slovak culture, traditions and nature and sparkled with a modern twist to their work. Visit us and experience Slovakia as a modern dynamic country.

The event is supported by the Permanent Representation of the Slovak Republic to the European Union in the framework of the official Presidency of the Slovak Republic in the Council of the European Union and in cooperation with the Bratislava Region Brussels Office.

Entrance is free.
8.9.2016 from 17:00 – 20:00
9.9.-10.9.2016 from 10:00 – 19:00

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New in!

Next time visiting capital of Slovakia – Bratislava, don’t forget to mark this spot in your city guide:

Šoltésovej 13, 811 08 ! That’s our new studio address!


Interview in Form Mag

Interview full of interesting questions (and answers too:) now in the latest issue of FORM Magazine. Unfortunately for Slovak readers only.

Our badass-kind of portrait by Dušan Kochol

Rest of the pics are by Peter Simoník from Allt Studio

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Dekor 2 exhibition


DEKOR 2 exhibition

18. 3. – 5. 5. 2016

GALLERY CZECHDESIGN, Vojtěšská 3, Praha 1, Czech Republic

Curators: Markéta Nováková, Mira Podmanická

Authors: Monika Brzá, Nela Havlíčková, Martina Hudečková, Simona Janišová a Linda Viková (si.li.),Markéta Kalivodová a Richard Švejda (Vobouch), Martina Klbečková, Lenka Sárová Malíská, Miloš Nemec, Markéta Nováková, Mira Podmanická, Roman Šedina, Pavla Vachunová

We wish you…



Moments from the studio

It takes a Lot of time and patience to produce our porcelain goods which are made just with our four hands! Here are some snapshots from the making process. Enjoy!

Before finished porcelain piece, there is always an idea. It starts to materialize as a sketch, or computer proposal. When we are sure that this idea is worth to spend a time on, we start to work with material. That is generally plaster. We are producing our own models and plaster molds, which are used for porcelain slip casting. Process of mold making takes sometimes couple of months and it will be a topic of another post in our journal. This time we are focusing on our daily “routine” – process of slip casting, glazing and firing.

Liquid, high quality Limoges porcelain is poured in to plaster molds. Thickness of a product depends on a time we leave porcelain inside a mold. When spare porcelain is poured outside, cast is left inside of a mold for a couple of more minutes to become more stiffen.

After one or two days, when product is dry enough, it is very important to retouch it throughly and gently to perfection. This is a time when goods are fired for a first time. We called this bisque firing. Range of temperature is between 950 – 1000°C.
After bisque firing, goods are dipped in to a transparent glaze and again, they need to be retouched before high-fire. Kiln is packed for a second time and range of a temperature is now 1225 – 1250°C . After this firing, which takes generally around 8 hours, pieces are already ready to use. That means that they are shrinked, hardened, shiny and they do not absorb water anymore.
At these phase, we want to add some finishing touches. Thanks to various kind of decoration, every piece become an original. Hand painted with gold, platinum or lustre, or decorated with limited series of our own decals – they all are fired once again at 780°C.
Finally the last kiln unpacking! Thanks for reading this all trough!:)